Mantis Radio 252 + Necro Deathmort

Our session selectors this week are Necro Deathmort. In our first hour DVNT plays music from Iron Maiden, Kerridge, Dom & Roland, Special Request, Clark, Reeko, Ben Frost and BORIS, amongst others.

Mantis Radio 252 + Necro Deathmort
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DVNT
Iron Maiden – The Trooper [EMI]
BORIS – Absolutego [Sargent House]
Kerridge – Heavy Metal [Downwards]
J.G. Biberkopf – Black Soil [Knives]
Om Unit – Sleepwalkers [Metalheadz]
Dom & Roland – Minds and Machines [Dom & Roland Productions]
Bad Company – Nitrous [BC Recordings]
Michna – Triple Chrome Dipped [Ghostly International]
Special Request – Curtain Twitcher [Houndstooth]
Valentin Mase – Apathy Of People [Planet Rhythm]
Reeko – Animals Fight Back [PoleGroup]
Clark – Hoova [Warp]
Japan – Ghosts [Virgin]
Ben Frost – Secant [Mute]
Mark Harris & JOHN 3:16 – Vortex [Little Crackd Rabbit]

NECRO DEATHMORT
CM von Hausswolff – Day
Majeure – Posthuman
The Ruins Of Beverast – Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Shapednoise – Enlightenment
Maurizio Bianchi + Ryan Martin – Place Me As A Seal Upon Your Heart
Eurythmics – Le Sinistre
Johan Johansen – Explosion
Oranssi Pazuzu – Lahja
Bernard Szajner – thol onsia
Drexciya – Aquatic Cataclysm
Chrome – RM.101
Michael Moorcock – Time Centre
Mika Vainio – Napoleon

DVNT
Entombed – Parasight [Music For Nations]
King Garbage – Glory Box (Portishead Cover) [Styles Upon Styles]

IN SESSION

AJ Cookson and Matthew Rozeik are Necro Deathmort.

They’re a London band who since the late 2000s have been crafting an ever evolving sound across 8 albums and several EPs. Overland is the pair’s latest offering. It dropped early October on Canadian extreme metal purveyors Profound Lore Records. But, Overland is a synth rich sonic landscape not the bone crushing intense sound the label usually unleashes on brave ears. Their session for Mantis Radio is a mixtape of some their favourite sounds with Italian noise, Finnish melodic black metal, Stinson brand Detroit electro, French classical and more.

In addition to the band’s recordings, they’re a fine act live. Be sure to check them out if you see them on a lineup near you.


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